Sunday, February 18, 2007

Palm Springs Modern Committee Benefit Party

Saturday night I attended a party to benefit the Palm Springs Modern Committee with a "Saturday Night Fever" 70's theme. Held at a private home situated on over 2 acres of land in south Palm Springs, the home was packed with a wide variety of guests. They had great 70's dance music with a dance floor out by the pool. Below left- groovy attire was one of the hallmarks of the evening. Below right: Palm Springs social scene maven Gloria Greer was enjoying a few moves on the dance floor (such fab glasses!)

Below left: The pool had wonderful oversized beach balls floating in it, and below right: a "martini glass" light image was projected onto the floor of the pool...a symbol of old Palm Springs for sure!

Below: left: The decor was retro-fun. Right: A gold sequin Booda statue greeted party guests and offered a corner of relative peace and tranquility.

Below: Outdoor party photos by the pool. The palm trees were lit-up in many different colors...

Below: These palm trees looked so spectacular against the dark desert sky.

Below: Me taking a moment to relax...doesn't everyone live like this?

- Rick Rockhill


Carolyn said...

thanks for stopping by on my blog, I hope your niece enjoys the card making.

Sturday Night fever was my teenage era - I recognise all of those things!

R2K said...

Yeah lets link blogs!

wd said...

Thanks for the kind words at my blog...they came at just the right time!!!

What a great party - I want the candelabra (but only after I have the mansion to go with it!!!)

Let's link ... sounds good to me. (I'm not sure that came out right..hmmm_


PaulaR said...

Wow Rick!!!!!!!!!!

When I visit Palm Springs I'm going to look you guys up!

Great blog!


PaulaR said...

Wow, Great Blog

Binchy! said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog, much appreciated.

Very nice blog and a good read. Will check back soon.

Hope you come back to my blog soon.



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